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8th Annual Art Affaire Call for Artists

Keith Bowers
Saturday June 15

 The Greater Milford Area Historical Society is accepting artists for their outdoor show, Saturday, September 28 at the Promont House Museum. Art Affaire is a juried show featuring exhibits in the following areas: painting, drawing, photography, paper, collage, ceramics, sculpture, wood, glass, mixed media, jewelry, wearable art, fiber and basketry. Applications will be accepted as long as space allows.



Where: Promont House Museum
Phone: 513-248-0324
Address: 906 Main St.
Website: www.milfordhistory.net

Promont House Museum

906 Main St.
Milford, Ohio
45150
 
Ohio Gov. John M. Pattison lived in this stately home from 1879 to 1906. The house is now operated by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society and special exhibits are offered.
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